[PODCAST] Helping Small Businesses Thrive with Brad Plothow

 

We’re really excited to have Brad Plothow, Head of Marketing & Communications for Womply on the show today. We discuss various issues affecting the world of small business. We also discuss why actual business performance is under more scrutiny rather than metrics and even talk about why smaller businesses really need to take ownership of their online presence on sites like Google, Yelp, TripAdvisor, etc. Automation is definitely key here in this society considering that if you have a small business and you can’t seem to find the time of the day to manage everything like reputation, revenue, or your customers, companies like Womply give you the technology to truly have an automatic business.

For more information on Womply, be sure to check out their website!

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